I followed Missouri Star Quilt Co.'s video on YouTube for the construction. It is super easy and gives a nice result that looks like much more work than just sewing charm squares together. Give it a try if you need a small quilt fast.
I quilted this myself, using the walking foot on my machine. first I quilted in the ditch along the seams of the narrowest pieces. I should say "mostly in the ditch" as my stitching wanders a bit now and then. Then I stitched about 3/8" away from the seams between the blocks.
The quilting grid pattern is especially evident on the back of the quilt. I had just enough of this fabric left from backing an earlier quilt. And I used some pink and white tiny gingham (also Fig Tree) for the binding.
Here's the quilt after washing. It shrunk about an inch in each direction to 30" by 36" but that's okay because the little "wobblies" in my quilting are less noticeable now that the quilt is crinkly.
I hope great-niece Abby likes it!